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Sinner named interim CEO of North Dakota Soybean Council

FARGO, N.D. - The North Dakota Soybean Council has named Stephanie Sinner as interim CEO. Sinner, who is the current NDSC director of market development, replaces Diana Beitelspacher, who has served as CEO for 7 years.

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Stephanie Sinner (North Dakota Soybean Council photo)

FARGO, N.D. -  The North Dakota Soybean Council has named Stephanie Sinner as interim CEO.   Sinner, who is the current NDSC director of market development, replaces Diana Beitelspacher, who has served as CEO for 7 years. 

Sinner has been with NDSC since 2013.  She holds a Master of Science degree in International Studies, with an emphasis in International Agriculture Trade and Development from Oklahoma State University and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo.  

NDSC Chairman Joe Morken of Casselton says the board is confident in their decision that Sinner is the right choice to lead NDSC and her skills and experience will provide a steady hand for NDSC in day-to-day operations. 

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